Monday, January 21, 2008

My interview on Raincity Radio

Just a quick note that my interview with Dave O from Raincity Studios has made its way to the web. Since that interview, our membership numbers have nearly quadrupled, but the basic message remains the same. Those Raincity guys are a lot of fun - Dave and I bonded over our love of hockey history. He especially loved the vintage 1916 Vancouver Millionaires jersey I was wearing (see pic). Any other Cyclone Taylor fans out there?

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Blogger DaveO said...

Yup, it took me a bit to get the show up with the Bryght/Raincity acquisition - gave you time to get another app out too!

Looking forward to seeing These are my kids at Launch Party tonight.

Your success is astounding but hardly surprising considering your clear and flexible vision combined with your practical knowledge.

You know i've been combing the 'net and shops for one of those sweaters! Guess i'm going to have to build a time machine to get me one at the old Denman Arena.

25/1/08 14:28  
Blogger Drew said...

I'd like to know, if possible, where you got your Millionaires jersey?

I live on the island and have been looking for one for a while.

19/4/08 20:44  
Blogger Fergusson said...

Hi Drew - I tried to contact you directly, but I can't reach your profile. Anyways, I bought the jersey from a company in Seattle that makes vintage repros. Believe it or not, it was the last one they had of a very small test run. I bet if you rounded up a dozen or so people who wanted one, you could talk them into doing another run. A perfect crowdsourcing opportunity... :-)

2/5/08 18:44  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Check out for the real deal! VM Sports, a Vancouver based company, has an incredible line of Official Millionaires apparel... Their 100% Merino wool 1915 Vancouver Millionaires team sweater is as close to the on ice jersey worn by the great Cyclone Taylor in 1915, when Vancouver won the Stanley Cup!

VM Sports even donated one of their Millionaires replica sweaters to the BC Sports Hall of Fame, where it is now part of their Hockey Exhibit..

22/10/08 00:57  
Blogger Fergusson said...

I don't usually publish comments that are so obviously commercial messages (I'm looking at you, "anonymous"), but this one seems like it could be relevant enough to let through. Seriously, you could have at least /pretended/ to be commenting on my blog post.

23/10/08 10:08  

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